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Constitution of Lebanon – 5: Provisions Relating to the Mandatory Power and the League of Nations

PART FIVE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE MANDATORY POWER AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Article 90 (abrogated by the Constitutional Law of November 9, 1943) Article 91 (abrogated by the Constitutional Law of November 9, 1943) Article 92 (abrogated by the constitutional law of November 9,1943) Article 93 (abrogated by the constitutional law of January 21,1947) [...]

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Constitution of Lebanon – 4: Miscellaneous Provisions (Supreme Council, Finance)

PART FOUR MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS A: THE SUPREME COUNCIL Article 80 (As amended by the Constitutional Law of October 17, 1927, and as amended by the constitutional law of September 21,1990 ) The Supreme Council, whose function is to try Presidents and Ministers shall, consist of seven deputies elected by the Chamber of Deputies and of [...]

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Constitution of Kazakhstan – 7: Court and Justice

Section Seven Court and Justice Article 75 Justice in the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be exercised only by the court. Judicial power shall be exercised through the constitutional, civil, administrative, criminal and other forms of judicial procedure as established by law. In cases, stipulated by law, criminal procedure shall be carried out with participation of [...]

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Constitution of Kazakhstan – 2: The Individual and Citizen

Section Two The Individual and Citizen Article 10 Citizenship of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be acquired and terminated as prescribed by law, shall be indivisible and equal regardless of the grounds of its acquisition. A citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan under no circumstances may be deprived of citizenship of the right to change [...]

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Constitution of Indonesia – 14: National Flag, Language, Coat of Arms and Anthem

National Flag, Language, Coat of Arms and Anthem Article 35 The national flag of Indonesia shall be the Red and White (Sang Merah Putih). Article 36 The national language shall be Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia). Article 36A The national coat of arms shall be the Pancasila eagle (Garuda Pancasila) with the motto Unity in Diversity (Bhinneka Tunggal [...]

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Constitution of Indonesia – 13: The National Economy and Social Welfare

The National Economy and Social Welfare Article 33 The economy shall be organized as a common endeavour based upon the principles of the family system. Sectors of production which are important for the country and affect the life of the people shall be under the powers of the State. The land, the waters and the [...]

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Constitution of Indonesia – 11: State Defence and Security

State Defence and Security Article 30 Every citizen shall have the right and duty to participate in the defence and security of the state. The defence and security of the state shall be conducted through the total people’s defence and security system, with the Indonesian National Military (TNI) and the Indonesian National  Police (POLRI) as [...]

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Constitution of Indonesia – 10: Religion

Religion Article 29 The State shall be based upon the belief in the One and Only God. The State guarantees all persons the freedom of worship, each according to his/her own religion or belief. Next: Chapter 11 – State Defence and Security

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Constitution of Indonesia – 6: The People’s Representative Council (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat or DPR)

The People’s Representative Council (Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat or DPR) Article 19 Members of the DPR shall be elected through a general election. The structure of the DPR shall be regulated by law. The DPR shall convene in a session at least once a year. Article 20 The DPR shall hold the authority to establish laws. [...]

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Constitution of Indonesia – 2: The People’s Consultative Assembly (Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat or MPR)

Chapter Two The People’s Consultative Assembly (Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat or MPR) Article 2 The MPR shall consist of the members of the DPR and the members of the DPD who have been elected through general elections, and shall be regulated further by law. The MPR shall convene in a session at least once in every [...]

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